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Newcastle to win 2-0 against Bournemouth- 13/2!


At 13/2, a £10 bet would return £75!

AFC Bournemouth vs Newcastle United

February 11, 2023

5:30 pm GMT

Match preview

Will Newcastle United get back to winning ways?

Last weekend, the Magpies were held to a draw by West Ham United, despite making an astonishing start to that clash at St James’ Park.

Joe Willock thought he’d broken the deadlock in the first minute, only for it be disallowed, but, from the restart, Callum Wilson did fire his team in front.

Nevertheless, that game ended 1-1, meaning Eddie Howe’s team have drawn four of their last five.

In fairness, Newcastle are enjoying the Premier League’s longest unbeaten run, 16 games, and have reached the Carabao Cup Final in recent weeks.

But, if the Toon Army are going to remain in the top four, they need to be picking up three points when facing teams towards the bottom.

AFC Bournemouth did actually hold Newcastle to a 1-1 draw on Tyneside in September, but a repeat seems unlikely.

That’s because, since Gary O’Neil was appointed manager on a full-time basis during the World Cup, the Cherries have accumulated just one point from six fixtures.

Last weekend, they looked set to take a point away to Brighton, but conceded the game’s only goal two minutes from time.

Thus, Bournemouth have won just one of their last 12 Premier League matches, only beating Everton since 8 October.

Newcastle are unbeaten in seven meetings with Bournemouth, last losing at Dean Court in 1989, with an away win seems very likely here.

Bournemouth team news

January signing Antoine Semenyo could continue to start up front for Bournemouth, given that Dominic Solanke is out injured.

Fellow new recruits Dango Ouattara and Hamed Junior Traorè were also in the XI at Brighton, while Matías Viña could come in for Jordan Zemura at left-back.

Centre- back Ilya Zabarnyi, who’s arrived from Dynamo Kyiv, is yet to make his debut.

Phillip Billing scored the opener at St James’ in September, one of four goals he’s managed this season, although the most-recent of those came on 5 November.

Predicted XI (4-4-1-1): Neto; Smith, Senesi, Mepham, Viña; Lerma, Billing, Ouattara, Anthony, Traorè; Semenyo.

Newcastle United team news

Bruno Guimarães is serving the second of his three-match ban, meaning he’ll also sit out next Saturday’s clash with Liverpool but, crucially, will be back for the Carabao Cup Final.

Without him, Joelinton moves into central-midfield, opening up a spot on the left-wing.

Allan Saint-Maximin got the nod against West Ham, his first start since August, but Anthony Gordon could make his full-debut here.

Alexander Isak wasn’t even on the bench a week ago, but is in contention to feature this time.

Eddie Howe managed Bournemouth 457 times, achieving three promotions and five seasons in the top-flight, with this set to be his first return to Dean Court since leaving in 2020.

Predicted XI (4-3-3): Pope; Trippier, Schär, Botman, Burn; Willock, S Longstaff, Joelinton; Almirón, Gordon; Wilson.

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Ben Gray

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